Non-Invasive LASER Treatment to Help You
Snoring is caused by an obstruction of your airway as you sleep. This obstruction could be caused by your tongue or the base of your tongue. It can also be caused by fatty tissue that accumulates in your throat and around your neck. If you snore, get rid of it in just a few sessions of Nightlase snoring treatment.
NightLase is a laser snoring treatment that tackles sleep apnea and mild/moderate cases of snoring through a non-surgical, non-invasive approach. The procedure is completely painless, and most patients report great results after a single night of treatment.
The Nightlase produces an effective laser beam that rejuvenates the muscles inside the mouth and throat and tightens them. This increased and more flexible collagen results in the reduction in the vibration that causes snoring, allowing the patient to breathe easier and sleep soundly.
Patients are happy with the results they achieve with Nightlase. To learn more about Nightlase and how our dental practice can help make your nights quieter and more peaceful, call to schedule a consultation today.
Do you snore loudly and wake up tired? Do you wake up feeling exhausted even after sleeping for eight hours? Do you gasp for breath and wake up in the middle of the night gasping for breath? If the answer to any of the above questions is yes, then you might be suffering from sleep apnea, and you will benefit from Nightlase snoring treatment.
The laser works by sending light energy to the tissues of the soft palate and base of the tongue. These tissues are known to cause snoring. When stimulated, these tissues will shrink in size, which will temporarily open up the airway during sleep. Patients report immediate results! Most patients experience a reduction in or elimination of their sno33sring symptoms within the first night after treatment. Some patients have even stopped snoring completely after just one treatment! The FDA has approved this treatment as an effective means of reducing or eliminating snoring. Moreover, research has shown that patients who have undergone this treatment have stated that they experienced better quality sleep and improved daytime energy levels.
If you are interested in learning more about this life-changing procedure, please feel free to contact our office to schedule your consultation today!
The Nightlase treatment takes less than 30 minutes and results in progress experienced as early as the same night.
Nightlase treatment is non-invasive, unlike traditional snoring treatments.
The process is painless and comfortable - no injection or pain is involved.
Since the procedure is non-invasive, the patient can go back to their daily activities right after the treatment.
If snoring is disrupting your sleep and waking you in the middle of the night, say goodbye to them with an effective solution – NightLase. Nighlase helps patients avoid interrupted sleep due to sleep apnea or snoring.
Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder that causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start as you snore during sleep. It can lead to loud, disruptive snoring or a complete stopping of breath during the night. In some cases, sleep apnea can even lead to waking up abruptly throughout the night, gasping for air. A chronic lack of sleep caused by sleep apnea can disrupt your quality of life and can have a negative impact on your overall health. Untreated obstructive sleep apnea may even increase your risk of certain health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke, and diabetes.
You may be surprised to learn that sleep apnea can be caused by a physical obstruction that blocks the airway rather than by poor muscle tone in the throat. The soft tissues in the back of your throat can collapse and cause an obstruction that disturbs your sleep. This tissue can be naturally softer or laxer in people who have thicker necks, overbites, or underbites. For mild to moderate cases of obstructive sleep apnea, your doctor may recommend NightLase treatment.
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